At Abraham Lincoln High School, we encourage you to take an active role in the education of your child!
We hope the following information will assist you in supporting your student:
We welcome all parents and guardians into the school to check on student progress, observe classrooms or meet with teachers. When it is necessary to meet with a teacher, contact the teacher and arrange a mutually agreed-upon time. Teachers may not leave classrooms during instruction. Parents can contact their student’s teachers by calling the main office at 720-423-5000 or via email; staff contact information can be found in our school directory.
Parents are encouraged to attend back to school nights, parent/teacher conferences and other school events!
Parents and guardians should have access to the online Parent Portal to monitor their child’s grades and attendance. Visit the Parent Portal to set up an account; if you have questions or need assistance, call the main office at 720-423-5000 or email our parent liaison, Isela Galvan-Chacon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We expect our students to attend school at least 90% of the time. If your child must be absent for all or part of the day for any reason, call the attendance line at 720-423-5033. The Attendance Secretary will also accept a written excuse from the parent on the day the student returns.
Note: Students are responsible for getting and completing all worked missed due to an absence.
We communicate with our families in a number of ways, including:
Accurate contact information is needed to contact parents. If contact information changes after registration, contact the school office at 720-423-5000.
We encourage all parents/guardians to volunteer 10 hours per school year to make Abraham Lincoln High School be the best it can be. Parents may decide to assist with prom, work on a fundraising event, help out in the office, monitor hallways — your choices are numerous. Please contact our parent liaison, Isela Galvan-Chacon, at email@example.com or call her at 720-423-5008.
Parent and community involvement is an essential part of creating the best learning experience for our students. Our CSC meets on a monthly basis to guide the work at ALHS.
To join our CSC or to nominate someone else for membership, please see the election letters below:
To read the latest minutes from our CSC meetings, please click on the link below:
Much of this information is included in our Student Handbook. We encourage you to review the entire handbook to learn more about our school policies and expectations for our students.